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Feb 15, 2013 12:35am EST
trap + lock technology. look! one select-a-size sheet of bounty is 50% more absorbent than a full size sheet of the leading ordinary brand. use less. with the small but powerful picker upper, bounty select-a-size. >>> talk about epics, there are 3,000 people credited at the end of ang lee's 3-d oscar nominated film "life of pi." it was shot in locations around the world, including a specially designed water tank on the runway of an abandoned airport in taiwan. film has made over a half a billion dollars already, but the visionary director behind it tells me it almost never got made at all. for our series "oscar confidential." enter the world of oscar-winning director ang lee and be prepared for an incredible ride. >> he has to act like the tiger is three feet over his shoulder. >> nominated this year for his 3-d epic "life of pi." the cast, a teenager who had never acted before, and a tiger, both a real one and a digital creation, so expertly woven together that it's impossible to tell the difference. lee spent four years on this film, a year of it editing in this very room, obsessing
Feb 19, 2013 12:35am PST
music. i believe that even in this technologic age, where once again they question the future of what music's role is in people's lives, it is a vital part of people's lives. i can't imagine a world without it. >> reporter: the rest of us it is hard to imagine a world in which clive davis isn't providing the sound track. for "nightline," cynthia mcfadden in los angeles. >> fascinating. well, davis' book, "the sound track of my life" is in bookstores now. thanks to cynthia. time for our closing arguments. this valentine's day one brave professional diver made a major splash by releasing a video of herself getting up close and personal with a massive great white shark. she is trying to show the world the predator's gentle side. what do you think? is she going too far by getting so incredibly close. weigh in on the "nightline" facebook page, or tweet us at "nightline" or jujuchangabc. good night. thank you for watching. we hope you check in on "good morning america." they're working while
Feb 16, 2013 12:35am EST
storytellers. >> we never wanted the technology to be the thing that people were interested in. it's a story and it's the characters. >> reporter: that old addage may be truer than ever, first pixar film with a female protagonist. >> a dynamic character, always in motion, kinetic, even her teenageness, that is vad venture and action, he's in transition. >> she has her flaws, we wanted to represent that. you don't want a movie about a bratty teenager nor about a domineering mother. they have to each give and that was really hard to fine tune. >> reporter: a teenager who in a moment of rebellion turns her mother into a bear. and spends the rest of the film trying to save her. why did you come up with this idea that the mother would be a bear? does that show her stronger? >> you know, first of all, there is the protection element. no one, no one more powerful than a mother bear protecting her young. there is that protectiveness. >> reporter: as they have so many times before, pixar has pushed creative boundaries as far as they can and this is where the fantasy begins with a bunch of gro
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)